Come Thursday September 22, 2016 the ETV Manifesto Dialogue train will be making a stop at the University of Cape Coast, Valco Hall.
The event will bring together representatives of five political parties (PPP, PNC, CPP, NPP and NDC) to articulate their party’s views on issues pertaining to the educational system in Ghana.
Manifesto Dialogues is an interactive issue-based campaign meant to educate the electorate on critical sectors of the nation as found in the manifestos of the various political parties in order to make an informed choice in the 2016 elections.
Speaking ahead of event on Thursday, Head of Corporate Communications and Brands Marketing at Global Media Alliance Broadcast Company (GMABC,) Kwame Gyan, said, “since Cape Coast is considered as the hub of education in Ghana, it is only fair that we bring the reps of the various political parties, stakeholders as well as the general public to dialogue on the issue of education.”
It can be recalled that on September 9, 2016, the first edition of the e.TV Ghana manifesto dialogues which took place at the Social Welfare Vocational Institute inside Madina, saw massive patronage from both the political parties and the general public as they dialogued on issues pertaining to the economy of Ghana.
The Dialogues which is funded by the National Endowment for Democracy Fund (NED Fund), will be telecasted on e.TV Ghana. The general public can also join the conversation on social media by following the hashtag #manifestodialogues and also visit www.etvghana.com for more information